Bedie Thornton Hi Valice, I received your correction on the given name for Bedie. Do you have any documentation of it being Obedience with Bedie being a nickname? I know it makes perfect sense. :) However, I've done extensive research on Bedie as she is in my family tree and have found her name as nothing but Bedie. I would love it if you had access to a Bible birth record, marriage record, obituary, etc. so the name could be verified. Thank you ever so much for your help. THANKS! Pat Simmons
RE: San Albino Thanks again. Since the crosses probably don't likely exist anymore I'm glad at some point they were visually verified and documented. Would you happen to have a copy of the canvassing you spoke about? I'm missing so many other relatives I can't seem to find.
RE: Josefa Bertoldo Hello sure thing. I see you also established memorials for Alejandro Bertoldo Sr., Jesus, Carlota, and Severo Isidro Bertoldo. But others trying to locate the gravestones can't seem to locate them in Old San Albino Cemetery. Do you remember or can you give me an indication of where you found them? I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you
Paul Horn death location The Horns may have lived in Moorhead, MN but according to the ND Death Index they died across the border in Cass County, ND - probably because by then the only hospital in Moorhead had closed, anyone that was really sick died in one of the Fargo hospitals.
Jessie McMinn grave I have added photos to your site for Aquilla Tidwell Cemetery. You will see it is very overgrown. There are grave stones visible. When the growth dies back in the fall/winter I will revisit the site.
RE: Bathsheba Barrett Oxford Kuykendall Yes, I am a long time researcher and Bathsheba Barrett is my 5th great grandmother. You are welcome to add any information I have given you to the memorial or to your tree. There is more detailed information on both Bathsheba and her first husband on my ancestry.com tree Markle Family Tree (owner: bmarsi1). I was not aware of her second marriage. Nor do I know whether she and Samuel Oxford were formally divorced. His will leaves property to Molly Fox, the woman he was apparently living with in 1800 and mentions her two young children who were undoubtedly his children also but does not call them his wife and children.